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Old 03-27-2013   #2061
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So he has a nerve impingement and a lingering labrum tear; is that the diagnosis of this message board?
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So, simply put, Labral tears are basically damage to the cartilage of the shoulder joint and rotator cuff injuries are failures (tears) to the muscles that provide mobility to the shoulder??

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Correct.l And basiclally, the labrum contributes to the stability (by containing the ball in the socket in suction cup-like fashion) and allows "smooth" movement of the shoulder, whille the totator cuff contributes to providiing full range of motor function and stability to the shoulder (by maintining even pressure of the ball to remain firmly in contact with the socket throughout range of motion). The "stability" is thus provided through different mechanism iby each entity.
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Correct.l And basiclally, the labrum contributes to the stability (by containing the ball in the socket in suction cup-like fashion) and allows "smooth" movement of the shoulder, whille the totator cuff contributes to providiing full range of motor function and stability to the shoulder (by maintining even pressure of the ball to remain firmly in contact with the socket throughout range of motion). The "stability" is thus provided through different mechanism iby each entity.
So, with all that's been said, is Ed Reed damaged goods? Will the time off help heal his situation or does he need surgery?
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You forgot to mention that the cure is damn near as bad as the ailment. I spent almost 3 months sleeping sitting up and over 6 months rehabbing. My torn rotator cuff was severe and had a torn labrum to boot. It was absolute hell getting over the surgery.
I can agree here. Last year I had surgery on another shoulder. I tore the rotator cuff, labrum and had a clavicle resection done. My labrum was torn pretty bad and needed 4 anchors (I think that's the right term) to reattach. It's my understanding that labrum tears take longer to heal than cuffs.

IMO, I think the "ED Reed had a torn labrum" talk is bull-butter. Otherwise, there would've been an operation involved. Maybe there was? Dunno
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Question for you guys who know about it; the torn labrum would show up in a physical, right?
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I just googled "Ed Reed torn labrum" and several articles came up.

One of them is here:
http://www.baltimoreravens.com/news/...7-2466492d57ff

And then there's this piece that says it's minor :
http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/blog/nf...-labrum-injury
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“There's one problem: The Ravens didn't list him on the injury report, which is a violation of league rules,” wrote ESPN’s Jamison Hensley. “So either the Ravens chose not to disclose the injury or Reed isn't really that hurt.”

I said when I read this that he was covering for his poor play by saying this. The Ravens didn't put him on an injury report before this.

It may be something, may not be.

BTW, get used to a guy named Glenn Younes; he's on the radio here in Baltimore, 105.7 The Fan...he's the director of Ed Reed's Foundation also. Huge player apologist.
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So, with all that's been said, is Ed Reed damaged goods? Will the time off help heal his situation or does he need surgery?
Not necessarily, especially if he has only sustained a minor labrum tear.

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“There's one problem: The Ravens didn't list him on the injury report, which is a violation of league rules,” wrote ESPN’s Jamison Hensley. “So either the Ravens chose not to disclose the injury or Reed isn't really that hurt.”

I said when I read this that he was covering for his poor play by saying this. The Ravens didn't put him on an injury report before this.

It may be something, may not be.

BTW, get used to a guy named Glenn Younes; he's on the radio here in Baltimore, 105.7 The Fan...he's the director of Ed Reed's Foundation also. Huge player apologist.
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Well, we need to get rid of Ed Reed since he won't really help us.

And while we're at it, let's get rid of our new fullback, Greg Jones, too.

And our punter.

After all, we're better with Glover Quin and James Casey and Donnie Jones. I mean, last year proved it...oh wait, whoops. My bad. Glover maxed out his ceiling in terms of his coverage skills on the deep ball vs. great QBs, James Casey was a hybrid FB/HB/TE experiment that involved us also adding Lawrence Vickers (thinking the hybrid solution would suffice, but it didn't), and Donnie Jones shanked punts down the stretch and into the playoffs that hurt us.

Not to mention the cost of keeping Quin would have been $1 million more than what we're giving Ed per-year, and the Eagles overpaid for James Casey just like the Raiders overpaid for Brisiel, the Bengals overpaid for Jason Allen, the Bills WAY overpaid for Williams, I could go on and on with how many teams overpaid for our players in terms of what production they received.

Yet Ed Reed is garbage. LOL. "Ozzie knows how to let a guy go a year early rather than a year too late" and yet Ozzie has had eight departures of key starters this off-season. I mean, it's not like there's a MONSTER quarterback contract driving these moves or anything, right? Heh.

Ozzie put together a Super Bowl team and tore it down a few weeks later when he had to save face for the organization by overpaying a mediocre QB. I'm not happy that McNair extended Schaub, but at least he didn't do it up as bad as the Ravens did for Flacco. So we got that going for us, which is nice.

Just thought I'd feed the troll since it's 5:00 and quitting time around here.
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...Just thought I'd feed the troll since it's 5:00 and quitting time around here.
I heard the troll was full and left. No???
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I like this shunning tactic in order not to feed the troll! If you dont respond to any of his posts, and dont direct anything his way, why would he stay? He could go hang out in the KC board, or heck why not just join any random team and start padding that post count? LOL
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I like this shunning tactic in order not to feed the troll! If you dont respond to any of his posts, and dont direct anything his way, why would he stay? He could go hang out in the KC board, or heck why not just join any random team and start padding that post count? LOL
I thought it was the Titans and How Pollard sucks without Reed covering for him thread.
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I thought it was the Titans and How Pollard sucks without Reed covering for him thread.
That is awesome!! I see what you did there......

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Question for you guys who know about it; the torn labrum would show up in a physical, right?

Not necessarily on physical exam. But rather on MRI.
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I heard the troll was full and left. No???
Maybe so.

Maybe his keeper has him on a Traveling Oddities Tour where he goes from board to board, trolling a team's fans and seeing if he can get love for his Ravens while also finding ways to make a-hole comments about their team at the same time.

You can't keep a talent like handswarmer in one location for too long. You have to keep the gypsie wagon rolling along, always looking for greener pastures out there. Trolls require an insane amount of food and attention, of course, so it's imperative that he stays as active as he can.

The last thing this world needs is a troll who is barely getting by. Please consider joining me in the Adopt A Troll coalition. We can make all trolls know that they are needed and valued. Friends don't let friends starve trolls.

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Not necessarily on physical exam. But rather on MRI.
They don't take an MRI during a player's physical exam?
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They don't take an MRI during a player's physical exam?
They should evaluate this type of injury with a RECENT MRI. But I've seen some "evaluations" based on old MRIs where progressive changes are not recognized....thus negating the validity of an adequate evaluation. Hopefully, the Texans requested their own "contemporary" study prior to the contract as part of their physical.
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They should evaluate this type of injury with a RECENT MRI. But I've seen some "evaluations" based on old MRIs where progressive changes are not recognized....thus negating the validity of an adequate evaluation. Hopefully, the Texans requested their own "contemporary" study prior to the contract as part of their physical.
I hope they are not neglecting it.
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